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Joel Sloman
Site #16
12 Fairfield Street

Poetry: Saturday 2:30 pm, Sunday 4 pm

I was born in Brooklyn in 1943. My first book, Virgil’s Machines, was published by W.W. Norton in 1966. I published my second book, Bus Poems, myself in 1992. Stops was published in the fall of 1997 by Zoland Books, which more recently (2000) published Cuban Journal, A Poet in the Venceremos Brigade, 1970. My poems have appeared in The Nation, The World, Poetry, and in several anthologies, including The Voice that Is Great Within USS (Bantam 1971). I read my poems at MIT, Harvard, Bard, Sarah Lawrence, The Poetry Project, the 92nd Street Y (winning its Discovery Award in 1966), the Guggenheim Museum, Blacksmith House, and Brookline Booksmith. In 1966-1967 I was the assistant director of the The Poetry Project in New York and edited its journal, The World.

 

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